An interview with Paul Jones, professor at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Information and Library Science, about his role in sending the Lunar Library to the moon.
UNC-Chapel HillFew people can say they've sent a library of information to the moon, but @uncsils professor Paul Jones can! Get to know the many firsts this Tar Heel has accomplished at Carolina (via @amlibraries)
The place at the end of the bumpy dirt road looks and sounds like many farms in rural Chatham County. But the writing carved into the wooden sign above the garden gate shows the difference at the Farm at Penny Lane: “Hope Grows Here.”
Through RENCI, a collaborative data science lab, Carolina helps foster connections among research scientists across different disciplines and universities.
UNC-Chapel HillMore information is now stored digitally online than on the shelves of libraries. But how do you connect all that information — and the data scientists using it? That's where #UNC's @RENCI comes in. See why it's a national leader in data management ⤵️
The tracers can better track pharmaceuticals in the body as well as image diseases, such as cancer, and other medical conditions.
UNC-Chapel HillRadioactive tracers developed at @UNC_Lineberger are a breakthrough in medical imaging. See what this means for the future of tracking pharmaceutical movement through the body and drug development research
The NIH grant will help researchers determine if earlier detection can lead to earlier behavioral interventions to improve outcomes for children with autism spectrum disorder.
UNC-Chapel HillA new @NIH grant will enable #UNC and @WUSTLmed researchers to study brain imaging in infants. Find out what this means for the future of autism detection and behavioral interventions 👇🏽
A team of researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill, Boise State University, Georgia State University, and Michigan State University, set out to complete an expedition on one of South America's most active volcanos.
The Mental Health Task Force has developed nearly 60 recommendations organized around three broad themes: wellness and climate; identification, treatment and ongoing support; and academic policies.
UNC-Chapel HillAt #UNC, we know the mental health needs of students are constantly changing. We want to know how to best meet those needs. Carolina's Mental Health Task Force made these recommendations today to ensure Tar Heels have resources available to them ⬇️
Kim L.R. Brouwer of the Eshelman School of Pharmacy is Carolina’s Inventor of the Year.
UNC-Chapel HillCongratulations to @UNCPharmacy's Kim L.R. Brouwer for being named Carolina's Inventor of the Year! Find out how technology she's developed right here at #UNC predicts how drugs are handled by the liver before they go to clinical trial
For 225 years, Tar Heels have paved the way to a better world for generations to come. We walk the unpaved road with curiosity, courage and compassion. We build a better future one step at a time. And we’re just getting started.
UNC-Chapel HillFor 225 years, #UNC has led the way as the nation's first public university. With the academic year concluded, celebrate Carolina's milestone birthday with us and see what's in store for the next 225 years #UNC225
After graduating this weekend, Yousef Abu-Salha will begin a five-year residency in UNC Hospital’s urologic surgery program. He hopes to follow in his family's tradition to caring for those who need it most.
UNC-Chapel HillA family tragedy inspired @UNC_SOM's Yousef Abu-Salha to return to Carolina and care for refugees in our state. See how he hopes to continue to serve the underserved as a doctor #UNCgrad
On this week's podcast, Flavio Frohlich discusses how low-level electric stimulation on the brain can be used to treat mental illnesses and chronic pain.
UNC-Chapel HillSince 2011, #UNC associate professor Flavio Frohlich has been working on a new means of treating mental illness. Hear how his research shows promise of helping patients suffering from mental illness, and even chronic pain, feel better
After earning a master’s in public health and a doctorate in epidemiology from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Bill Jenkins went on to become an advocate for minority health and a campaigner for social justice.
Workplace health promotion programs are increasing in the US, according to researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Gillings School of Global Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and RTI...
The School of Media and Journalism is preparing students to ignite the public conversation and to understand the role of communication in fostering democracy.
UNC-Chapel HillAt @UNCMJschool, students are taught the role of communication in fostering democracy. Learn how Dean @susking ensures students leave Carolina with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in our ever-evolving world #UNC225
The School of Media and Journalism is combining immersive student experiences, faculty innovation and interdisciplinary research to deliver global impact.
UNC-Chapel HillAt @UNCMJschool, faculty members prepare students for careers in journalism, advertising, public relations and other communications fields. See how students learn the skills they need to succeed in our world's new media environment #UNC225
UNC-Chapel HillShoo away the Sunday scaries with this heartwarming story: Shep is retiring from a career as a @UNC_Lineberger emotional support dog to just enjoy being a good boy. Learn more about this senior pup ⬇️